I’m not a big televised sports fan. But I love the food and comraderie that come along with watching (or pretending to watch) a championship game.
Hosting a Superbowl party doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to cook – you could do a pot luck or buy ready-made food. Even if you are cooking, there are plenty of ways to put together a perfectly wonderful menu that won’t tax your culinary skills or empty your pocketbook. And if you need help finding a few Superbowl-appropriate recipes, all you have to do is glance at the food section of a newspaper, do an online search or simply check out your favorite food blogs.
So what is there left to write about when it comes to Superbowl parties? How about the non-glamorous party advice - the tips that don’t seem important until someone spills the red wine or asks if you’re sure the cole slaw is OK to eat.
Roll your eyes if you must, or sigh deeply – but do finish reading this post if you’re hosting the party.